Odalys Appart'Hotel L'Atrium
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... in between two large points. I decided to walk out to one of the points. I ended up at a palace/ university. It was lovely and sunny and also the most windy. So windy in fact that I had to forcefully lean in and walk to make any progress moving forward. It was hilarious. While on the point I saw some beautiful buildings on the other point and decided to walk around to them. On the way I went through a very crafty Christmas fair and had a beignet. Then I ...
... I was surprised G lasted so long in a church. (PS there was a cat inside). Next stop after lunch (no wine today - that's odd) was the famous medieval bridge, Pont Saint-Bénézet (I'd never heard of it) across the Rhone River. On the way G had to stop and pose for photos next to a Ferrari. The bridge was the idea of a shepherd boy, Saint Benezet, who heard the voice of Jesus asking him to build a bridge across the river. He proved his calling by miraculously ...
... other than the electrical.
Maria-Lynn supported us in this endeavour by feeding us, helping to look after Eliana and taking the dog for walks as part of her pre-Camino training. Another part of our preparation for the Camino walk, Maria-Lynn & Marc would take excursions on the weekends with Goldie (our Wesfalia camper van) for longer hikes in the Rockies. (See pictures of Aaron, Brodie & Eliana, the renovation and a couple of our hikes)
... down there and voila a house with 965 on the letterbox, but it didn't seem right. It had a surname on the letterbox, but we only knew them by their first names?? So we called ....look for broken brown gate at end of the street. This is not right. We drove to the end of the street...nothing. We turned and drove to the other end...and the other end...and the other. Yes it had four ends, maybe five....it was complicated. And then we saw Geraldine and Anne ...
... of Aix. The people are more approachable (and personable) than are Parisians; and they seem to exude the joie de vivre for which the French are notorious.
After returning to the apartment, Dee made a tuna salad plate that tasted every bit as delicious as it looked. Tomorrow's plan of the day is to lay low and lounge around in our "villa-away-from-home", perhaps doing some homework to prepare for our day-trip planned for Monday.